Vikings suggest using tax revenue from team to cover public share of stadium

Vikings leadership suggests the state should tap into revenue from sources like player's income taxes and taxes on fan purchases to pay for its share of the stadium. The team argues this revenue would not exist without the Vikings here in Minnesota.
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Vikings leadership suggests the state should tap into revenue from sources like player's income taxes and taxes on fan purchases to pay for its share of the stadium. The team argues this revenue would not exist without the Vikings here in Minnesota.

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